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    • GH5 Prototype
      Agreed. But that is something I'm willing to trade in for the more versatile focal lenghts and the "Pana Leica" look. I usually use the X zooms in controlled environments and primes otherwise so f/4.0 on the long end is workable for me. With the 12mm, 15mm, 25mm and 42,5mm I'm pretty much covered for lowlight and all my lenses will be a little bit easier to match in post even than a mix of everything.  I also really like the new modern design of the GH5 and can't wait to put in a preorder, hopefully in a kit with the 12-60mm! 
    • Your ideal NX1 Settings
      Great work here guys! If you guys are after the 16-50s, I just wanted to point out that it looks like samsungparts still has some of them.

      If you guys remember that dpreview thread with all the lenses being available for cheap from the samsung parts site, some of those deals are still available.

      The 16-50s is $800 new. There is no lens hood included, though it can be ordered separately for like $16 if i remember.

      This is how I got my 16-50 when this was first brought to light.   Here's the link if anyone wants it http://www.samsungparts.com/Products/Parts_and_Accessories/PID-AD97-23876A.aspx   Seemingly sketchy site, but I've bought multiple lenses from them and have had good experiences.




       
    • 35NAP 2-3M (mod) – precision, light streaks, bokeh
      well, that is very impressive !
      I think I'll try and do something similar with mine
    • Canon 6D vs 5D MkIII vs 7D MkII for filming with EOSHD C-Log
      Yeah, I'm with you on the Canon Colours. I have seen some good things done with the GH cameras & the GH5 will be interesting, but only if it lives up to the specs. The thing that bugs me most about the BM cameras is the colour, not really crazy about it. But because they spit out RAW/ProRes you can really go to town & actually get the look/colours that you want without your footage turning to mush - great for learning proper colour grading. I personally found using a DSLR really hard at first, simply because I had to learn a new way of filming - well, accepting the limitations of a shit codec with digital tech. BM Pocket placed me back into my comfort zone & it was a relief to use a camera that I understood/would do what I wanted it to - it was like turning back the clock. Go with what your gut says - there's no right or wrong, just what's best for you.
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